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[movies]Las Ruinas tienen Ojos - Hugo Véjar
it´s a terror comedy video about 3 guys going into the Misiones, someway it´s like a parody of Blair´s Witch haha, that´s it. watch it !
Keywords: Terror Movies; Blair Witch; The hills have eyes; stupid; absurd humor; dafracabe; stupid again
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[texts]The Collected Writings of Jeremy Kellerman Volume One - Jeremy Kellerman
The Introduction by Leonard Kirke: ""The Jeremy Kellerman Blog!" was created in February of 2011 as an outlet for the writings of Michigan-based creative genius and self-help guru Jeremy Kellerman and his associates. The early months of the blog included several posts in the style of a normal web log, meaning that these featured Jeremy Kellerman writing in the first-person to the readers. In addition, many posts took the form of articles reprinted from "The Daily Flyleaf," a local newspaper that...
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